Your SEO Opinion

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jtos32, May 24, 2011.

  1. jtos32

    jtos32 Junior Member

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    My question is:

    If I was going to start a blog network, say for instance, like SBnation or Bleacherreport or glam media, would it be smarter for me to have each blog have its own domain?

    Example; Say your blog is about New York sports, and there is keywords I want to rank for. The keywords are new york yankees xl, new york knicks xl, and new york rangers xl.

    Should I have a seperate domain and site for each 4 sports teams? Something like this.....

    Newyorkyankeesxl.com
    newyorknicksxl.com
    newyorkrangersxl.com

    or would it better to have just 1 site and list all the teams in a category?

    If I started 1 site named newyorksports.com, then have the catagories as new york yankees xl, new york knicks xl, and new york rangers xl.


    I was thinking if I want to turn a network like this into a long term type thing it would be better to have 1 big site for marketing purpose. That way advertisers can easily see the site there ads are on.

    But then i think it would be better to have seperate domains at first for SEO purpose, and then later on just make the big site and join all the blogs together on 1 site. Or maybe not.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. 0_inspiration

    0_inspiration Regular Member

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    You could have them all as subdomains rather than categories.
     
  3. jtos32

    jtos32 Junior Member

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    Yes. I plan on that if I go that direction. Thanks.